Audi e-tron GT RS

Audi e-tron GT RS

The Audi e-tron GT RS is a high-performance electric sedan that combines cutting-edge technology with sleek design and impressive performance capabilities. Powered by a 93-kWh battery pack, the e-tron GT RS boasts a range of up to 238 miles on a single charge, and can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 3.1 seconds thanks to its dual-motor setup. The car’s design also incorporates elements of Audi’s traditional styling, with a wide, low-slung stance and sharp lines that hint at the car’s high-speed capabilities. Inside, the e-tron GT RS features a modern, minimalist cabin that’s packed with technology, from the Virtual Cockpit digital instrument cluster to the large touchscreen infotainment system. The e-tron GT RS is an impressive showcase of Audi’s engineering expertise and commitment to sustainable, high-performance vehicles.

Servicing content is vehicle specific – some makes and models will need more checks than others, than will incur more cost and time. We don’t make the rules on servicing, the manufacturers do, and we follow those guideline explicitly.

Our qualified IMI level 3 & 4 PHEV, MHEV, hybrid & EV technicians will be aware of any common faults, after all we know these cars like the back of our hands, we work on them daily. Our concern is longevity and to make your vehicle safe on the road. Our services will keep your car safe and reliable until the next service or MOT.

A service contains lots of checks that are not covered within a standard MOT, here is a list but it’s not extensive :

  • Checking the auxiliary battery.
  • Checking the brake fluid moisture content because with electronic braking systems you won’t feel a problem through the pedal, which can be problematic.
  • Our manufacturer Diagnostic equipment is factory linked to the manufacturer; it checks details but doesn’t always give all the answers. This is where our trained technicians come in. They also check for corrosion or dirt on the charging connectors, which could lead to a build-up of heat which in turn damages the electrical connectors.

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